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Shrinking Plastics Report

Tighter regulations may shrink plastics demand growth by up to 73% revealed by WWF report

Governments and institutions around the world are developing new regulations and measures to curb marine plastic pollution, even as consumer ...

27 Sep 2019 Read more »
(Right 3 of 2nd row) Mr Peter Cornthwaite, CEO of WWF-Hong Kong, (Right 5 of 2nd row)) Mr Philip Mok, Trustee and Executive Council Member of WWF-Hong Kong, (Right 6 of 2nd row) Mr Bernard Kong, President of Hong Kong Society of Medical Professionals together with commitees member from Hong Kong Soceity of Medical Professionals.

WWF One Planet Restaurant Awards For Sustainable Best Practice

WWF-Hong Kong officially announced its One Planet Restaurant Awards today, supported by the Medical Professional Foundation, to recognise hotel and ...

17 Sep 2019 Read more »
All 6 species of giant guitarfish have been assessed as Critically Endangered by the IUCN

Shark Trade Regulations Tightened at Wildlife Conference

Tougher regulations on the international trade of sharks and rays was ratified on 28 August at the CITES global wildlife conference in Geneva, ...

29 Aug 2019 Read more »

WWF launched Hong Kong’s First Code of Conduct and Clam Gauge for clam digging activities

Unregulated Clam Digging threatens Hong Kong’s Ecosystem In recent years, a number of coastal areas in Hong Kong have become ‘clam digging ...

22 Aug 2019 Read more »





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